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I.THE BRAS'S AND EARTHENWARE…

. THE DISABILITIES OF SEAMEN.

FOR WEAKNESS.

EX-POLICEMAN'S STORY ON OATH.

A. TAYLOR HARBARD.

SALE OF PROPERTY AT BARRY.

HOCKEY. ---.

NEXT SATURDAY'S FIXTURES.

BARRY WESLEY GUILD.

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BARRY WESLEY GUILD. LECTURE ON THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA. On Monday evening last, in connection with Barry Wesley Guild, Miss M. Gilpin, B.A., gave a most interesting lecture before a large audience, on her four months' tour through the United States and Canada. The lecture was illustrated by beautiful limelight views, and Miss Gilpin's description of the many places of interest she visited, her impressions of American people, and the business methods of the United States, were very interesting. The lecturer said had she not so many ties in this country, and if she were seek- ing an opening in -life, her knowledge of Canada would certainly induce her to emigrate to that fair Dominion, where there are so many things, especially in the North Western districts, to attract and fascinate young energetic folk, besides offering splendid scope for a successful business career.- Mr D. W. Roberts proposed a vote of thanks to Miss Gilpin, remarking that he was certain the audience had profited by the instructive lecture. M r2. —MrP. W. Poole congratulated Miss Gilpin on the goodtplse she made of her time abroad. She had made her lecture most interesting, both educa- tionally and commercially. He hoped during next summer to pay a visit to the States himself and Miss Gilpin's lecture would,.therefore, be of service to him.-The Rev E. D. Jackson, B.A., also thanked Miss Gilpin for enabling the guild members to spend such a profitable and interesting evening, and he expressed the hope that the lecturer would give her experiences to other audiences in the Barry district,in the near future.

MISS E. P. HUGHES ON PRISON…

SOCIAL EVILS AND THEIR CURE

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BARRY EDUCATION COM-I MITTEE.

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